Imagine a force that can toss boats around like toys, wash away bridges, and create waves as high as 18 feet. Young readers can learn how hurricanes are formed, how they are named and classified, and what to do if a dangerous storm is coming their way.
Gail Gibbons, author of more than one hundred books, is the winner of the Washington Post/Children's Book Guild Award for her overall contribution to children's nonfiction literature. Called a "master of picture book nonfiction" by ALA Booklist, Ms. Gibbons has a special talent for making complex subjects understandable and entertaining for young readers.
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